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Alan Reynolds

Based in Yorkshire, Alan Reynolds’ interest in writing came later in life following a successful career in Banking.

Setting up his own management consultancy business in 2002, he has successfully delivered HR and Training projects across a wide range of businesses and organisations both in the UK and internationally. This experience has led to an interest in psychology and human behaviour through watching interactions and studying responses. Leadership has also featured strongly in his training portfolios and the knowledge gained has helped build the strong characters in all his books.

He took up writing as a hobby and completed his first novel, ‘Flying with Kites’, a harrowing and moving story based around the war in Kosovo, in just three weeks, in early 2010. It immediately attracted a cult following on the ‘Authonomy’ website with  one reviewer calling it ‘an important story that needs telling’.

His work subsequently attracted the interest of Fisher King Publishers who launched ‘Flying with Kites’ in September 2011, initially as an e-book but following initial demand in paperback. He has now completed seven novels which are detailed further on this site.

His second novel Taskers End was published in Dec 2012, his third, Breaking the Bank, April 2013, The Sixth Pillar in October 2013 and The Tinker in November 2014.. All have received acclaim from readers.

Flying with Kites was awarded a bronze award in the Wishing Shelf 2013 awards and The Sixth Pillar was #1 in the Military Download section on Amazon UK and was shortlisted for the 2015 Wishing Shelf Award.

 

Alan Reynolds has a growing following and is a regular at book clubs throughout Yorkshire and the north. He is available for book signings and talks about his work and writing in general. 

AUTHOR: Alan Reynolds

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The Sixth Pillar

BOOK TITLE:
The Sixth Pillar
ISBN:
978-1906377953
DATE PUBLISHED:
1/10/2013
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Based in Yorkshire, Alan Reynolds’ interest in writing came later in life following a successful career in Banking.

Setting up his own management consultancy business in 2002, he has successfully delivered HR and Training projects across a wide range of businesses and organisations both in the UK and internationally. This experience has led to an interest in psychology and human behaviour through watching interactions and studying responses. Leadership has also featured strongly in his training portfolios and the knowledge gained has helped build the strong characters in all his books.

He took up writing as a hobby and completed his first novel, ‘Flying with Kites’, a harrowing and moving story based around the war in Kosovo, in just three weeks, in early 2010. It immediately attracted a cult following on the ‘Authonomy’ website with  one reviewer calling it ‘an important story that needs telling’.

His work subsequently attracted the interest of Fisher King Publishers who launched ‘Flying with Kites’ in September 2011, initially as an e-book but following initial demand in paperback. He has now completed seven novels which are detailed further on this site.

His second novel Taskers End was published in Dec 2012, his third, Breaking the Bank, April 2013, The Sixth Pillar in October 2013 and The Tinker in November 2014.. All have received acclaim from readers.

Flying with Kites was awarded a bronze award in the Wishing Shelf 2013 awards and The Sixth Pillar was #1 in the Military Download section on Amazon UK and was shortlisted for the 2015 Wishing Shelf Award.

 

Alan Reynolds has a growing following and is a regular at book clubs throughout Yorkshire and the north. He is available for book signings and talks about his work and writing in general. 

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There is nothing as tragic as man's inhumanity to man; what triggers such hatred that some are prepared to give up their own existence to destroy another's way of life? In his latest action-packed thriller Alan Reynolds explores the conditioning of the jihadists as we follow a young Iraqi, Tariq and his quest for revenge and martyrdom. We also learn about the SAS soldier who has to live with the consequences of war and his own demons of conflict. He attains an odd solace in the isolation of working on a North Sea Oil Rig but, in an almost impossible coincidence, these two worlds collide with explosive results.

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